EU Doesn’t Want To Know That 6,000 People Spent Night Standing In Rain

SID – Serbian Minister of Labour and Social Affairs Aleksandar Vulin warned on Monday that the situation at Berkasovo crossing on the border with Croatia is unbearable.

A child held by a man watches as migrants wait in rain to cross a border line between Serbia and Croatia, near the village of Babska, Croatia, Monday, Oct. 19, 2015. Tension was building among thousands of migrants as they remained stranded in fog and cold weather in the Balkans on Sunday in their quest to reach a better life in Western Europe, two days after Hungary closed its border with Croatia and the flow of people was redirected to a much slower route via Slovenia. (AP Photo/Darko Vojinovic)
A child held by a man watches as migrants wait in rain to cross a border line between Serbia and Croatia, near the village of Babska, Croatia, Monday, Oct. 19, 2015. Tension was building among thousands of migrants as they remained stranded in fog and cold weather in the Balkans on Sunday in their quest to reach a better life in Western Europe, two days after Hungary closed its border with Croatia and the flow of people was redirected to a much slower route via Slovenia. (AP Photo/Darko Vojinovic)

Several thousand refugees spent the previous night out in the open, in the cold, on muddy patches of no-one’s land between the two countries as Slovenia has slowed down the dynamics of migrant reception.

After visiting migrants, Vulin said that Serbia is not to blame for the fact that the EU does not want to know 6,000 people spent the entire night standing in the rain because they do not wish to stay and want to continue their journey towards countries in Western Europe.

Vulin noted that 10,000 refugees passed over Serbia’s territory on Sunday and warned that it is a matter of time when the uncontrolled inflow of refugees from Macedonia would become insupportable.

SOURCE TANJUG

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